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Visitor Guide to Scotland

There is nowhere on Earth that offers such a wealth of landscape and scenery as Scotland, from the wild, rugged expanse of The Scottish Highlands where golden eagles soar high above the lochs and mountains and the beautiful islands of Sky and the Hebrides to the softer lowlands as Scotland drops gently down to the English border. There are stunning cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow full of history and culture and unique arts, crafts and food and drink to enjoy. You can rent a holiday cottage on a remote island of in the centre of the city and the local welcome will always be the same.

Scotland is home to an incredible variety of landscapes, from the snowy mountains and sparkling lochs of the Highlands and islands to the rolling hills and river valleys of the Borders. Much of the country is sparsely populated, with vast swathes of rugged coast and countryside, dotted with sleepy fishing villages and farming communities, while the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are centres for culture, with museums, galleries, live music and world-class restaurants. Scotland’s awe-inspiring countryside scattered with legendary whisky distilleries, ruined castles and magnificent manors. Golden eagles soar over craggy mountaintops, whales and dolphins breach off the north coast, and wild forests give cover to red squirrels and deer. The Scottish people are famously welcoming and happy to advise you on where to go for the freshest seafood or finest dram of whisky.  

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Some of our favourite Cottages in

Some of our favourite Cottages in Scotland